Translation of trainbearer in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈtreɪnbɛːrə/


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    persona que lleva en alto la cola de un dignatario en una procesión
    • As if hypnotized, I obeyed, grabbed the other side of her coat and, with the model completely unaware of her train-bearers, we sailed up the steps behind her.
    • I remember that these train-bearers were vested in voluminous chimeres of cloth of gold edged with crimson velvet.
    • Full mourning cloak was worn by chief mourners, with the train carried by train-bearers.
    • Later, the Fairy Queen indicates the same train-bearer on the line, ‘all the common council-men’.
    • At the wedding ceremony on 10 February 1840 Queen Victoria was attended by twelve train-bearers, all daughters of peers of the realm.